Nabco trainees shall match to jubilee house on 10th August over unpaid arrears
The Nation Builders Corps (NABCO) have threatened to stage a nationwide demonstration if government denies to pay them their delayed allowance which was disclosed to the media since November 2021 and therefore prepared to face the Government of the Republic Of Ghana to address their grievances to the president on 10th August, 2022.
The threat follows several demands made by the trainees nationwide to their employer to release their delayed allowances which they reported haven’t been paid since November 2021.
The aggrieved Nabco trainees indicated that, they are ready to go out to create awareness for the public to know their unfair treatment being coupled with regards to the delayed payment of their stipends since November 2021
“They have decided to go out and mass up to claim their due allowance to be paid in peaceful manner.
If the employers refuse to deliver their due allowance hence life is bitter when working without payment at this crucial moment and declared to embark on a nationwide demonstration,” they told the media
Sometimes NABCO Trainees have to rely on their parents for their survival which is unfair circumstances they are encountering so they are pleading to the government for settlement of their due stipends being delayed.